Trainee Clinical Psychologist
I am currently in my second year of Clinical Psychology training. My third placement is in the Older Adult Community Team within Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Prior to clinical training, I worked as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner in an Increasing Access to Psychological Therapies Service. Prior to this role I worked as an Assistant Psychologist in a Specialist Eating Disorder Service. In both roles I delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, working collaboratively with individuals to reduce their distress and improve their wellbeing.
I have also previously worked as a Research Assistant on two randomised controlled trials. The first investigating mindfulness-based cognitive behavioural therapy in comparison with maintenance anti-depressant medication to prevent depressive relapse in recurrent depression. The second investigating child development outcomes using cognitive behavioural therapy and video-feedback therapy in the context of maternal post-natal depression.
Kuyken, W., Hayes, R., Barrett, B., Dalgleish, T., Cardy, J., et al. (2015). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy compared with maintenance anti-depressant treatment in the prevention of depressive relapse or recurrence (PREVENT): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet, 386, 63-73.
Stein, A., Prenoveau, J., Craske, M., Cardy, J., et al. (2016). Chronicity of maternal postnatal depression and anxiety and its association with child emotional regulation at two years. In press.
Also presented as a poster at the World Association for Infant Mental Health, 14th World Congress, Edinburgh, June 2014.
Jenkins, P., Luck, A., Cardy, J., Staniford, J. (2016) How useful is the DSM-5 severity indicator in bulimia nervosa? A clinical study including a measure of impairment. In press.
Co-wrote a successful MRC grant application; Feasibility study to investigate adapted behavioural activation therapy for women with depression in the context of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa. (2014).